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Re: Problems in OpenLDAP 2.4.11
John Du writes:
> 1. We have an attribute c in the ou=People sub-tree. The value can be
> either US or CA. Now if we search "c=US" or "c=CA", we do not get any
> matches. But if we do "c=U*", it finds all the c=US entries. Same thing
> happens to c=C*.
My guess: You added 'index c' to slapd.conf, but did not index your
existing data. Stop slapd, run sbin/slapindex, restart slapd.
Substring match of just one letter worked anyway because it does not use
> 2. LAM 2.5.0 (LDAP Account Manager) cannot browse the schema on the
> new server. It says "Unable to retrieve schema". LAM worked fine with
> OpenLDAP 2.2.13.
No idea. I'd check the slapd log from loglevel 256 or 768. That's the
default syslog level, or you could run slapd -d256 or -d768 ... to log
to stderr. Note what requests LAM sends, and check the corresponding
error code/description (err=... text=...) against RFC 4511, Appendix A.